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GUILLERMO EILAND A.K.A. CAZ
by: D. Antoinette
DROPPIN IN 2006 BABYREE/GLASSHOUSE RECORDS
In the far corner of the office sits a man deep in his work on
the computer. This man stands a very handsome five foot, ten
inches tall, about two hundred and twenty pounds of muscle.
Ecuadorian and White, a sexy raspy voice, and the deepest
crystal blue green eyes that can enchant an enchantress. The
person named GUILLERMO EILAND is a sight to behold. To most
people, he is simply known as "CAZ," but to me...well let me
explain on the way. "I got six killaz rollin' in a Cutlass,
nigga, I'm from L.A., from L.A. Don't let me catch you slippin'
on the 'Shaw at night, nigga, I'm from L.A., from L.A. I rep
the West Coast and my turf 'til I die, nigga, I'm from L.A.,
from L.A. I give love to every hood wear the blue, nigga, I'm
from L.A., from L.A." The lyrics in this song tell you what he
is, where he's from, and what he's about. The hardships he has
endured from a young boy to a grown man he is now. But I will
set out to prove to you that even the baddest of men can love,
be loved, and can change for the better. His business mind,
mixed with his thuggish mentality, mixed with his emotions are
a dangerous combination, but in the end, it's works. CAZ is
getting bigger and better. Since he's retiring out of the rap
game in 2006, he's going out with a bang, doing it big time.
CAZ is the kind of person who will never give up on someone or
something he really believes has potential to make it. On the
outside, you see a tattooed, swolled up gangster, but if you
look in his eyes and truly look, you can see a man who is
willing and able and wanting to help out in any way possible.
That's why I'm so in love and admiration of this man. He
always said, "Help me help you." And help he did, more than he
will ever know. ANYONE CAN CALL HIMSELF A GANGSTER BUT IT
TAKES A MAN TO BE A GANGSTER SO TO THE WORLD I INTRODUCE YOU
TO WHOM WE WILL JUST CALL '''CAZ'''